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Comment: C: PhD in bioinformatics or biostatistics as a wet-lab scientist?
... "Your fed up of wet-lab work after only 1 or 2 year of masters-level experience" No, but after 1 year working at a Max Planck Institute in Germany during my master (including two first author publications). "You want to take on 3 or 4 year + PhD project in an area you are interested in learning ab ...
written 5.1 years ago by benjamin.hebisch70
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Comment: C: PhD in bioinformatics or biostatistics as a wet-lab scientist?
... Well, of course I can change my interest. But I don't know if a group leader/PI would hire somebody with minor coding skills (but willing to dig deeper into coding). I have the fear that (at least during an interview) the group leader/PI comes up with questions like "Explain different types of algor ...
written 5.1 years ago by benjamin.hebisch70
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Forum: PhD in bioinformatics or biostatistics as a wet-lab scientist?
... Hey there! Is it possible to do a PhD in bioinformatics or biostatistics as a trained wet-lab scientist with basic skills (loops, functions, libraries, classes...) in Python and R (probably deeper knowledge in general statistics than the majority of wet-lab scientists)? I want to switch from wet-l ...
bioinformatics forum biology phd statistics written 5.1 years ago by benjamin.hebisch70 • updated 2.2 years ago by chen1.9k
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Forum: Bioinformatician vs. wet-lab scientist saleries in industry
... How is the salary of a bioinformatician compared to a wet-lab scienstist (both hold a PhD) in the pharmaceutical/biotech industry? ...
salary salaries forum biotechnology written 5.2 years ago by benjamin.hebisch70 • updated 5.1 years ago by sgr.mdreid0
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Comment: A: Which programming language to integrate several open source software into one wo
... Wow! Many thanks!   I will dig through those programs. Especially those mentioned by Chris Evelo seem to be so user friendly that even wet-lab scientists could work with that :D ...
written 5.2 years ago by benjamin.hebisch70
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Forum: Which programming language to integrate several open source software into one working pipeline (software)
... Hey there!   I'm completly new to this programming/coding aspect in bioinformatics, althrough I'm quite successful using phylogenetic software for 2 years.   I'm planning a PhD project in which several open access tools are combined into one working pipeline/workflow/software (similar to MEGA5) ...
forum pipeline mega written 5.2 years ago by benjamin.hebisch70 • updated 5.2 years ago by Chris Evelo10.0k

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